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  • Full-Fill included in Illinois business publication

    Published Wednesday, April 24, 2013

    http://asoft11190.accrisoft.com/fullfill/clientuploads/IDC Magazine Cover Thumbnail.jpgFull-Fill Industries has been included in the publication "Illinois - The State of Innovation", which is sponsored by the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity. The publication featured manufacturers and companies throughout the state that have benefited from Illinois' infrastructure, location and innovation. The magazine noted the benefits of Full-Fill's location in central Illinois, especially the proximity to its suppliers.

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  • Henry Clapp selected to Business Hall of Fame

    Published Wednesday, January 23, 2013

    http://asoft11190.accrisoft.com/fullfill/clientuploads/directory/Our_Team/Henry Photo for Website.jpgHENNING, IL -- Charles Henry Clapp Jr., a founding partner of Full-Fill Industries, has been selected for induction into the Vermilion County (IL) Business Hall of Fame. Clapp, 78, was chosen for his contributions to the aerosol industry as a business owner, executive and researcher for nearly 60 years. Besides being a part-owner of Full-Fill Industries, he also serves as Senior Vice President of Research and Development for the company.

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  • Full-Fill Industries grows rapidly

    Published Monday, August 22, 2011

    Full-Fill Industries was featured in the 2011 Progress Edition of the Danville (Illinois) Commercial-News. The story told readers about
    the company's expansion plans and new contract to manufacture
    cooking sprays for ConAgra Foods, including its brand leader PAM.

    The story also notes: "An upgrade of Main Street through Henning
    is in the works with the help of a Community Development Assistance Program grant facilitated by Vermilion Advantage and also Economic Development Program funds through the Illinois Department of Transportation that was applied for by the Vermilion County Highway Department. The road project will cost around
    $1.2 million."

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  • Expansion plans also an investment into the community

    Published Monday, June 27, 2011

    The Danville (Illinois) Commercial-News recently published a letter to the editor from the partners of Full-Fill Industries. The letter provided information to the public about the recently announced expansion plans and the reasons why the family feels it is important to invest into their business and community.

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  • News coverage of Full-Fill's announcement

    Published Thursday, April 28, 2011

    Full-Fill Industries LLC has announced a strategic contract agreement with ConAgra Foods to manufacture their cooking sprays -- including the brand leader, Pam.

    The announcement has been covered by several news outlets, including the Danville Commercial-News, the Champaign News-Gazette, the Associated Press, the Chicago Tribune and local television stations. Click to read the coverage.

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  • Full-Fill, ConAgra enter into strategic contract manufacturing agreement

    Published Wednesday, April 27, 2011

    HENNING, IL – A new contract with one of the food industry’s largest companies will double the size of a central Illinois manufacturer and create approximately 150 new jobs.

    Full-Fill Industries LLC, a family-owned company that manufactures aerosol cooking sprays for the retail and foodservice markets, has entered into a strategic contract manufacturing agreement with ConAgra Foods®. The agreement means Full-Fill Industries LLC will manufacture ConAgra Foods® cooking sprays, including the brand leader PAM®.

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  • $2.5 million state investment package will help company

    Published Wednesday, April 27, 2011

    SPRINGFIELD – Governor Pat Quinn announced today that Danville-area food manufacturer Full-Fill Industries, LLC will expand operations over the next year, doubling its size and adding 150 new jobs to its plant in Henning. The state’s $2.5 million business investment package will leverage an $11 million private investment that will help fund the expansion of the facility and the purchase of new equipment. more»